New car technology is quickly transforming vehicles into 'computers on wheels.' (Photo: Shutterstock) New car technology is quickly transforming vehicles into ‘computers on wheels.’ (Photo: Shutterstock)

At CES2020 and the related Consumer Telematics Show (CTS) in Las Vegas, the vision of the fully connected car with a range of in-car digital services was very prominent.

Significant progress has been made in implementing devices, apps, and new digital capabilities for the occupants of the vehicle. Some of the scenarios now possible or planned for the market in 2020 illustrate how the car is truly becoming a computer on wheels, providing all of the interaction capabilities one can expect from their smartphone, laptop, TV, voice assistant, wearables, and other smart devices and apps. In addition, there will be an increasing array of location-based services that are purpose-built for the mobility experience.

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